Safety Quiz 311 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB 311 SAFETY QUIZ...

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Copyright © 2016. Govindarajoo, G. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. All rights reserved. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB 311 – SAFETY QUIZ Name:________________________ Sect. #:______ Lab Instructor:_________________ 1. What should you always wear over your eyes while in the lab even if your wear glasses? 2. Are contact lenses ever permitted in the Chemistry laboratory in Rutgers? 3. What should you always do before lighting a match in the lab? 4. What heat source should you use to heat flammable organic solvents? 5. How should you dispose of excess organic solvents? 6. Where should you dispose of disposable glassware? 7. Where should you work when transferring irritating or poisonous substances? 8. What should you do if a chemical gets in your eyes? 9. What device should you use if concentrated acid or base spills on your clothing? 10. What should you do if concentrated acid or base spills on your hands and arms? 11. What device should you use immediately if a fire (except a very tiny one) starts near you?
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  • Spring '09
  • Govindarajoo
  • Chemistry, Academic dishonesty, Lab Instructor, excess organic solvents

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